Students worked to collaboratively to identify, research and tackle urban challenges specific to Portland.
Students attended the Portland GOOD Ideas for Cities event on February 16 as a reference for their own projects. The class then worked to address pressing urban issues and present solutions at a public event.
GOOD Ideas for Portland: PSU event
WHEN 6:30pm on Wednesday, March 14
WHERE ADX, 417 SE 11th Ave. Portland, OR 97214
WHAT Students introduced self-identified urban challenges and presented their design-driven solutions. The evening featured a lecture by Alissa Walker of GOOD about the initiative and her personal work, presented in conjunction with Friends of Graphic Design’s Show and Tell lecture series.
A panel of Portlanders generously offered their feedback to the student groups:
Carl Alviani, Writer, ZIBA Design
Mathew Foster, Multidisciplinary Creative
Sarah Mirk, Author, News writer at Portland Mercury
Belin Liu, Creative Engineer at Atelier Ace
Morgan O’Hara, Candidate, PNCA MFA in Collaborative Design
The event was open to the public and free to attend.
With generous support from
Update! April 20, 2012
We’re proud to share our presentations with you. Click below to be taken to a detailed post containing the challenges, summaries of solutions, and each group’s entire presentation in slide form.